Are we sharing too much information at the expense of our privacy? In this social-media age, when we can easily share our thoughts, photos and whereabouts with one tap or click, the line is blurring between privacy and profits. Erin Egan, Chief Privacy Officer of Facebook, joins Danah Boyd and Justin Brookman, privacy researchers from Microsoft and the Center of Democracy & Technology, to debate the consequences of sharing personal data.
Moderator: Liz Heron, director of social media and engagement, WSJ
Danah Boyd, researcher at Microsoft, privacy advocate
Justin Brookman, director of consumer privacy at Center of Technology and Democracy
Erin Egan, chief privacy officer for policy, Facebook
Aswini Anburajan, director of partner development, BuzzFeed
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